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Be a kindred spirit She's even excited when she learns that she's invited to her very first picnic Until Marilla's precious brooch goes missing and it looks like it's Anne's fault That is Marilla is upset and Anne's picnic adventure is now in jeopardy Ultimately the misunderstanding with th A follow up to the the author's lovely Anne Arrives series introduces young re Dark Fever picnic Until Marilla's Believing In Faeries precious brooch goes missing and it looks like it's Anne's fault That is Marilla is upset and Anne's Buddho picnic adventure is now in jeopardy Ultimately the misunderstanding with th A follow up to the the author's lovely Anne Arrives series introduces young re

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Anne's Kindred Spirits Inspired by Anne of Green Gables

The sweet and funny second book in a new early reader series starring the spirited and outspoken Anne Shirley as she makes friends and settles into life at Green Gables with a few hijinks along the way of courseAnne is nervous and excited to meet Diana a neighbor girl who she just knows will Thanks to NetGalley and Penguin Random House Canada and Tundra Books for a dig

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E brooch is resolved and Anne is able to go to the picnic Anne and Diana's friendship blossoms and Anne's bond with Matthew and Marilla grows strongerLovingly adapted by Kallie George with beautiful nostalgic illustrations by Abigail Halpin this series is perfect for fans of Anne new and old 355 This book has some old schoolclassical illustrations and present the chara Dark Fever picnic Anne and Diana's friendship blossoms and Anne's bond with Matthew and Marilla grows strongerLovingly adapted by Kallie George with beautiful nostalgic illustrations by Abigail Halpin this series is Believing In Faeries perfect for fans of Anne new and old 355 This book has some old schoolclassical illustrations and Buddho present the chara


10 thoughts on “Anne's Kindred Spirits Inspired by Anne of Green Gables

  1. says:

    Last August I read the first book in this series Anne Arrives a beautifully illustrated adaptation of Anne of Green Gables aimed at early readers I have checked periodically to see if the second book was available and I was fortunate to be given a copyAs in the first book there is a valuable lesson learned perhaps by than one person Anne continues to be her spirited self while at the same time she is nervous about meeting Diana She wants to make a good impression because she is sure they will be the best of friends her ”kindred spirit” making her Anne’s first real friend in this new place Anne is even excited when she finds out that there will be a picnic and – best of all – Diana’s mother says she “reads too much” Clearly they are two friends whom destiny has brought togetherWith vivid colourful and charming illustrations this was an absolute delight to read Pub Date 07 May 2019Many thanks for the ARC provided by Penguin Random House Canada Tundra Books


  2. says:

    Thanks to NetGalley and Penguin Random House Canada and Tundra Books for a digital galley in exchange for an honest review The second chapter in a early reader's series this story focuses on L M Montgomery's memorable Canadian orphan Anne Shirley and her beginning friendship with Diana Barry the Sunday school picnic and the incident with Marilla's amtheyst brooch An illustrated book young readers will no doubt be attracted to the friendly vocabulary and colourful pictures Since Anne of Green Gables is the book that made me a reader I love that the beloved story continues to capture a new generation of readers A nice keepsake for Anne fans old and new Goodreads Review published on 270419Publication Date 070519


  3. says:

    I was so happy to see this follow up to Anne Arrives Inspired by Anne of Green Gables Much like the first book in this series only one small part of Anne's story is told in an abridged manner Each two page spread has some story on one side and a lovely illustration on the other These books are a wonderful way to introduce very young children to the wonderful world of Anne of Green Gables Perfect as a stepping stone between picture books and chapter books this book would be wonderful to read together45 stars rounded up to 5 Thank you to NetGalley and Tundra Books for providing me with a DRC of this book


  4. says:

    A follow up to the the author's lovely Anne Arrives series introduces young readers to the Anne of Green Gables and her world a story of that world told in very condensed chapter book fashion The idea is to encourage them to read the actual books but also maybe to accompany a parentteacherlibrarian reading Lovely art briefly captures the vivacity of Anne


  5. says:

    After having absolutely and utterly despised the first of Kallie George's based on LM Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables chapter books after totally hating Anne Arrives with every fibre of my being I do have to admit that the second instalment of the series that Anne's Kindred Spirits definitely is just a wee bit better and as such also somewhat readable than Anne Arrives However saying that Anne's Kindred Spirits has been to and for me a marginally better reading experience than the first book than Anne Arrives really does not mean all that much either For truth be told I still have not really all that much found Anne's Kindred Spirits enjoyable and certainly not in any manner engaging and delightful with Kallie George's adapted text from LM Montgomery's timeless classic of course still not in any manner having even remotely enough narrational substance to it and still showing not only Anne Shirley but basically all of the featured and presented characters as thin as paper dolls cardboard cutouts with nothing to them except and indeed that they are seriously lacking in nuance and development And although in the amethyst brooch episode the author at least makes a few references to Anne's imagination and that her forced confession to Marilla is so believable because Anne is indeed imaginative enough to think of and perform a very believable confessionary act even there in my opinion Kallie George basically just very uickly and lightly scratches the surface so to speak so that at best with Anne's Kindred Spirits we are once again given mere outlines of what LM Montgomery's characters are supposed to be like but nothing and yes indeed and truthfully actually considerably less Combined with the fact that I aesthetically also do consider Abigail Halpin's accompanying artwork as often rather visually ugly the artificially red cheeks seem to look like scratch marks and bruises to and for my eyes Diana Barry is depicted is visually rendered by Halpin as not just plump but basically totally suarely obese and Marilla well she continues to look mostly like a gaunt and witch like creature to me I still really cannot and will not consider than one star for Anne's Kindred Spirits a higher one star ranking than Anne Arrives of course but no not yet two stars by any stretch of the imagination for to top it all off just like with Anne Arrives in Anne's Kindred Spirits author Kallie George once again and sadly frustratingly obviously does not feel the need to pay homage to LM Montgomery to actually honour the original author of Anne of Green Gables for while yes indeed it is mentioned that Anne's Kindred Spirits is based on and inspired by Anne of Green Gables LM Montgomery's name is never once actually pointed out which I for one totally and absolutely cannot accept and also do find majorly insulting to both Montgomery's memory and to her oeuvre


  6. says:

    This is very cute I read the original Anne of Green Gables back when I was around eight and one thing I remember was getting bogged down by some of the vocabulary If these books had been around back then they might have been a better option until I was old enough to read Montgomery's novels without needing to look so much up in the dictionaryThis particular story tells the tale of the missing amethyst brooch and Anne's confession The author manages to capture the personalities and spirit of the characters uite well And the illustrations add some interest Anne looks just like one would imagine fiery red hair lack of puffed sleeves and freckles galoreThis is a strong early chapter book I haven't had a chance to read the first one in the series yet but as I was already familiar with the characters and the story I didn't really need to Still if this is your first introduction to Anne you'll probably want to read the books in order Thank you to NetGalley and Tundra Books NY for providing a digital ARC


  7. says:

    This chapter book series provides a way to introduce younger readers to Anne Shirley While the book is a chapter book it is still heavily illustrated although the illustrations are not as charming as some This book tells the story of Anne's befriending Diana the anticipated picnic and Marilla's lost brooch The stories are simplified from the original books but don't deviate from the main story line I received a copy from the publisher through LibraryThing's Early Reviewers program with the expectation of an honest review My copy arrived while I was out of town and left in a cardboard mailer outside the front door uite a bit of rain fell that week so my copy was water damaged I freeze dried the book so it was readable


  8. says:

    Ugly illustrations and watered down text that captures nothing of the beauty of Montgomery's writing No one needs such a thing and exposing children to this before they are prepared for the real thing can only be detrimental


  9. says:

    355 This book has some old schoolclassical illustrations and present the character of Anne from the classic books series Anne of Green Gables through a short adventure It is a good idea to introduce young reader to this charactersseriesstory but if you’re a advance reader I would recommend reading the original work instead Because it’s the original and it goes deeper into the story and characters development


  10. says:

    Love love love this new chapter book series In this second book we witness the forming of the bosom friendship of Anne and Diana Also included is the picnicbroach story and the gorgeous artwork of Abigail Halpin Highly recommended